|john booth 5||16/10/2014 01:04:31|
|1 forum posts|
I have had to move my 87 year old uncle in with myself and my father a few years ago due to health issues and found a stash of woodworker magazines.
I have Boxes and boxes of them. Quick glance at them showed dates of 1955 and further. Not sure exactly how many there is but will try to find out.
He kept having the magazine right up until a few years ago.
I would like to make them available to anyone who would like them.
My uncle has been into woodworking since he was a young lad. His father was a woodworker and was in the Royal navy woodworking. My uncle worked in the civil engineering service from an early age right up until he retired at 64 1/2 years old.
It was a sad day to say the least when i had to move all his tools and workshop. When we got down to the floor of his workshop, we found two snuff tins nailed to the joists. One under the old part showing he built it in 1957 at a cost of £100 and the extension was built in 1982 at a cost of £400.
Anyways, like I have said, I have a huge amount of woodworker magazines I would like to be enjoyed somehow. Suggestions welcomed
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